Mahwish brings two decades of experience as a fashion and interior designer to create thoughtful, nuanced, and contextualized abodes for her discerning clientele. She is known for her anthropological approach where she listens and observes her clients to fashion an environment that is both unique and magical.
Whether as a stylist for Atlantic Records or as a weaving apprentice in Morocco, or as a Mellon Intern at the Ratti Textile Center of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Mahwish explored the crossroads where textiles, fashion, decorative arts, and mythology intersected. Women’s Wear Daily described her as someone “who made an effort to continue the artistic traditions through her designs.” Her screen-printed and hand-dyed creations were featured in the New York Times, Wedding Day Magazine, City Magazine, and Time Out NY. Her keen eye has brought about collaborations with the Aga Khan Foundation to create hand-carved jewelry in addition to her work in fashion and interiors.
She worked at an exclusive interior design firm for a decade where she collaborated with architects on every aspect of high-end residential and commercial spaces in Miami, the Hamptons, Connecticut, and Manhattan before starting her own firm. Her interdisciplinary talents have won her the regard of clients, architects, and top brands and galleries.